Preface Self-help books can be annoying. I write them and they annoy me too. Especially those that promise the earth, that guarantee they can fix your problem in five minutes. If you have been carrying around your imposter syndrome for a lifetime, I can’t promise that you will shake it off with a flick of… Continue reading Yes! You ARE Good Enough – Book Preview
I woke this morning thinking about what I need to do to complete my book on Fear. I began to worry, thinking about some of the personal information I will be sharing. Maybe I don’t want that out there in the world? I considered going back and deleting everything that might be embarrassing, or the… Continue reading Don’t Let Being Scared Stop You
A Letter to Me Writing a letter to your younger self is a wonderful way to evaluate choices and make better ones going forward. Read mine and then why not write your own? Dear Trish, There is so much I wish you knew right now. Then again if you knew it, you wouldn’t be who… Continue reading A Letter To My Younger Self
15 years ago today, on a Friday night in England, my divorce was about to come through and I had just celebrated my 40th birthday. A friend invited me to go to a salsa club. I had been salsa dancing a few times before and enjoyed it, but wasn’t particularly good at it. I was… Continue reading Dating After Divorce – The Dance That Changed My Life
What are you scared of? In Halloween month we are surrounded by scary images that we use for fun. Yet many of us are living in fear of real issues that don’t include fake blood and skeletons. I have spent a lot of my life recognizing and handling my own fears and working to help… Continue reading Freedom From Fear
One of my closest friends is an expert on saying no. He’s famous for in our small circle of friends, if we don’t want to do something we refer to it as “Pulling a Pete”. Pete is a warm, friendly and smart guy who I am proud to call my friend. He is however unusual… Continue reading Learn To Say No Like Pete
When I was in my thirties I read a magazine article that claimed if you hadn’t achieved success by the age of 30 you had left it too late. I took it to heart and felt a little deflated as I wasn’t sure I was living the life I should be. Later when I worked… Continue reading Achieve Success at 40, 50 even 96!